Volunteers needed for misper behaviour study...

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Volunteers needed for misper behaviour study...

Postby Robert Bradley » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:59 am

I'm looking for a volunteer from each Lowland Search Dog team to help with the retrospective collection of missing person behaviour stats for their team. It will be done using a spreadsheet I have been developing with Elaine Wakefield from Wilsar based upon the ISRID form with some changes to allow for multiple misper categories and position found; sitting, lying etc.

Anyone willing to help?
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Re: Volunteers needed for misper behaviour study...

Postby Daryl » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:48 am

Robert Bradley wrote:I'm looking for a volunteer from each Lowland Search Dog team to help with the retrospective collection of missing person behaviour stats for their team. It will be done using a spreadsheet I have been developing with Elaine Wakefield from Wilsar based upon the ISRID form with some changes to allow for multiple misper categories and position found; sitting, lying etc.

Anyone willing to help?


Hi Rob - I have forwarded your request to all LSDogs Teams, so hopefully you should get a good result.

Can you please email me the spreadsheet as I will integrate this with the new LSDogs members section. This information could then be collated centrally - maybe ALSAR could do this from their website too?
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Re: Volunteers needed for misper behaviour study...

Postby Robert Bradley » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:58 am

The spreadsheet is being trialled at the moment. Once all the necessary changes have been made I'll e-mail it across.

Thanks Daryl
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